Amsterdam in one minute (video)

Amsterdam in one minute

Today you can see the traveller’s Amsterdam in one minute –

You can see the unique architecture of Amsterdam and the various boats and house boats during a lovely channel cruise.

You will also peak in the Red Light district during dark. During daylight you will see many nice street cafeterias of Amsterdam.

The video will also pop in the Van Gogh Museum which is one of the best sights in Amsterdam. Few other art districts and museums will also be seen, like a sex museum and Anne Frank -museum, with its 45 minute long queue.

You will find lots of people with bicycles and even bicycles with bicycles. Most of the people, including kids, ride bicycles without a helmet, like daredevils.

But what would a one minute video about Amsterdam be without tulips and other flowers – they cheer the rider on the railing of many bridges in Amsterdam, as you can see in the video.

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Note: This video contains fast moving images, which may disturb the balance of the most sensitive viewer.

This unstaged video about Amsterdam in one minute depicts Amsterdam very much like it is, and the video is part of Indivue’s Travel Opus to Europe, which you can read in the link attached!

You can find Amsterdam and the travel opus in Finnish here.

Travel Opus to Europe and India, Goa and Bollywood

INDIVUE Travel Opus -works

Since 2005 Indivue has written, photographed and coded 8 inspirational digital opuses dealing with, among others: tourism, traveling and art both in India and in Europe.

These works are:

  • Travel Opus to India
    Opus has articles related to India, Indian cities, Indian culture and attractions, as well as Indian travel tips in both written and pictorial formats. The work is updated monthly.

In Finnish, the work is called Matkaopus Intiaan.

  • Travel Opus to Europe
    Indivue’s Travel Opus to Europe includes both written and video articles on travel and art in Finland and throughout Europe. The work is updated monthly.

In Finnish, the corresponding work is called Matkaopus Eurooppaan.

  • Travel Opus to Goa
    Opus that includes blogged articles about Goa, Goan beaches, sights, and other Goa tips and travel experiences, and hundreds of other Goa-themed stuff with videos and photos from the past fourteen years, at least in Finnish. The work is updated monthly.

In Finnish, the work runs under the name Matkaopus Goaan.

  • Travel Opus to Bollywood
    Travel Opus to Bollywood has featuring articles about Bollywood and Hindi-language Indian films, as well as movie reviews mainly in Finnish for over ten years, in addition to video and music samples. Travel Opus to Bollywood introduces Bollywood movies and their stars to it’s readers. The work is updated monthly.

In Finnish, the corresponding work is called Matkaopus Bollywoodiin.

You can read, watch and listen to all these digital Opuses, all of these eight works easily and for free. Find them from the links attached.
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Travel Opus -works also in Finnish!

Paris in one minute (video)

Paris in one minute

Here’s a video of traveller’s Paris in one minute.

See how it looks like from the top of the Eiffel Tower on a sunny summer day in almost 40 degrees celsius. See also what the Eiffel Tower looks like in the evening lights.

Find the famous architecture of Musee d’Orsay with some classic paintings, and find the famous Musee du Louvre and the lovely fountain there in the inner yard. It is a cool place to be during the summer heat.

Observe the scary but beautiful architecture of the Cathedral of Notre Dame and the famous church Sacre Coeur with the view from the stairs far over the city of Paris.

The fabulous Luxembourg Garden and the Arc de Triomphe, Avenue des Champs-Élysées and the cruise in the river Seine can also be fitted into this 1 minute video of Paris!

Video and photography by Indivue, music by YouTube.

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Note: The video contains fast moving images, which may shock the most sensitive viewer.


Paris in one minute


This video is part of Indivue’s Travel Opus to Europe.

Panorama: Queue for Anne Frank museum

Queue for Anne Frank museum in Amsterdam

Today’s travel related panoramic photo is from Amsterdam.

It is about the queue for Anne Frank museum, which was actually a house where Anne Frank had lived hidden. The house was in its original condition and you had to walk some very narrow corridors there. After first queuing to get inside for half an hour. But, that’s the life of a tourist, and a travel blogger, wanting to get a glimpse of the past. Luckily they had some nice terraces by street in Amsterdam where you could get yourself a cup of tea with a freshly baked item.

Was the Anne Frank museum worth all the queuing, you might want to ask. I’d say yes, especially if you’re into time travelling.

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Queue for Anne Frank museum in Amsterdam
Queue for Anne Frank museum in Amsterdam

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Tribute to Notre Dame (video)

Glass painting in Notre Dame, Paris

The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was partially destroyed in a fire on 15th of April 2019. The fire destroyed eg. the highest tower in the cathedral.

The video below is the INDIVUE tribute to the beautiful stained glass of Notre Dame Cathedral and its stunning acoustics that will hopefully be restored to its former glory in the coming years.

Check also what other things there is to see in Paris.

Read more about Paris from Travel Opus to Europe.

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Best of Berlin sights (video)

Berlin, Germany, sights

This short video, the Best of Berlin, is part of the INDIVUE Travel Opus to Europe and Berlin.

It shows ten of them essential places to visit there and also portrays the general neat and clean outlook of the Berlin centre. Photographs by Indivue.

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5 reasons to visit the Berlin Zoo

Gorilla in the Berlin Zoo

The Zoologischer Garten Berlin is a nice green area in the middle of the concrete jungle of Berlin and it is within a good access by public transport.

Feeding sea lion
Feeding sea lion

Here’s five more reasons to visit the Berlin Zoo

  1. If you’re living in the Nordic countries and you’d like to see a real Asian elephant without traveling to India, you will find it surprisingly near. From the Berlin Zoo.

2. If you’re traveling to Berlin with kids, then the Zoologischer Garden Berlin will be guaranteed to give a lot more rewarding experience than, for example, the Berlin Wall.

3. The trained sea lions of the Berlin Zoo provide an action-packed show which will amaze you with the wisdom and learning ability of the animal.

4. If you want to try what it feels like to look at the hippopotamus eye to eye, even that can be done in the Berlin Zoo.

5. And yet, if you want to see the real giraffe, zebra or rhino without traveling to Africa, these animals can be found from the Zoologischer Garden Berlin, which Wikipedia says to be one of the largest zoos in the world and the largest in terms of animal species.


Sea lion in the Berlin Zoo
Sea lion in the Berlin Zoo
Sealion performing in the Berlin Zoo
Sea lion performing in the Berlin Zoo
Baby elephant in the Berlin Zoo
Baby elephant in the Berlin Zoo

Check also other Berlin travel tips and experiences

you can read them also in Finnish.

See the photo collection from the streets of Berlin here

and a photo collection from the Berlin Zoo here –

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Good hotel experience from Berlin

Hotel Scandic Potsdamer Platz Berlin aerial view

When I visited in Berlin, I stayed in a Hotel Scandic Potsdamer Platz.

A big moose was guarding the main entrance, bringing the Scandinavian feel to the guest right from the beginning.

The room I got was ok size for a short visit and it was having big windows, from the floor to the ceiling. The window offered a nice view outside, though there was not much to see except buildings.

Hotel Berlin Scandic Potsdamer Platz room and beds
Hotel Berlin Scandic Potsdamer Platz room and beds

In-between the bathroom and the bedroom there was an exceptional glass window decorated with Scandinavian birch leaves. The window was right next to your bathtub, but you could not see outside clearly.

Scandic Hotel room bathroom window
Scandic Hotel room bathroom window
Berlin Scandic Hotel Potsdamer Platz restaurant
Berlin Scandic Hotel Potsdamer Platz restaurant

What I loved the most about this hotel, in addition to its central location in Berlin, near the public transport, were the mornings. The morning buffet was one the best I’ve ever had – There were plenty of options for people eating gluten-free and organic food.

Nice interior detail was the clock in the restaurant, which was actually a tv showing videoart of time passing by. What a lovely idea to have art in the morning together with your lovely breakfast.

The restaurants in Hotel Scandic Potsdamer Platz were neat and clean and simply elegant in a Scandinavian way. Coming from Finland, it all felt familiar to me. Over all I had nothing to complain during my stay in this hotel, so if you’re after a nice hotel experience in Berlin, this is one option.

Find more images of Hotel Scandic Potsdamer Platz in the tiled gallery below and read more trip tips and travel experiences from Berlin here.

You might also be interested in the street life and people in Berlin.

Check also the Berlin Zoo.

Berlin in Finnish.